• Dvorcovij Tomato

  • I grew out Kaleidoscope Jewel Tomato in 2018 and was pleased with it's results. I really loved that they were prolific and had relatively good disease resistance. Plants are about 5-6 feet tall and produce beautiful antho fruits of red and black. In our garden, they began  ripening their fruits about 75 days after transplant. As far as taste, these were milder and earthy, with some sweetness. They are very juicy.  Very good, but not excellent! They certainly made great fresh salsa. Which was my primary purpose, along with juicing, for growing them. They make fantastic tomato juice They are also a great market variety for anyone wanting them primarily for garnishing. All in all, a good tomato!
  • Thai Dragon Pepper.

    I use peppers in everything I cook at home. Flakes, sauces and powders are all in my daily culinary affairs. So I am constantly looking for new flavors and different levels of heat in my peppers. The one variety that I  always use is Thai Dragon. I make flakes and powder, which I use in all of my cooked dishes. I love dumping some dehydrated ones in my soups. Thai Dragon pepper has to be in my kitchen at all times. Perfect for traditional Chinese, hispanic and Caribbean cuisine, this is a very useful pepper. Not too hot, but hot enough to be recognized and appreciated.  Heavy producing plants. Caution. If you are not used to chili peppers this one can be out of your league, so please be careful.
  • Cherokee Red Tiger is a dwarf variety. Its plants are about 3 feet tall and foliage is bright lime colored. These are very tasty fruits with lots of juice. Ours were on the sweet side and had a slight bit of fruitiness. Pants were not too productive. It was totally worth growing this variety because of its taste and uniqueness of plants. This is a great container variety! As a plant vendor, you would do good with these!
  • Paw Tomato


    Paw Tomato

    Paw Tomato is a rear slicing variety. Three to five ounce fruits are uniformed and generally blemish-free. Plants are tall and have good disease resistance. Our plants were prolific and vibrant. This is a mid-season variety that produces sweeter but slightly mild and delicious fruits, delivering a really good tomato experience. Expect your first ripened fruits between 75-80 days from transplant. I am so happy that I grew these! Seed Source: Gatersleben, #LYC 1781   
  • Dolenjski Tomato

  • Marmande Tomato

    75 Days. Marmande is a French slicer that has an excellent slightly tangy taste. Red, slightly flattened fruits weigh between 4-8 ounces. prolific vines have excellent disease resistance for us and begin to ripen fruits about 75 days after transplant.This is a great market tomato that is also perfect for canning, tomato juice and slicing.
  • 85 Days. Mortgage Lifter Yellow tomato is a totally different tomato than its pink cousin Mortgage Lifter. The yellow version is milder and , to me, have more fruitiness. One pound fruits ripen to a canary yellow and are very pretty. Our vines were about 5 feet tall and prone a good amount of fruits. We had our first ripened fruits about 85 days after transplant. Vines continued producing all the way till frost. This is a very nice sandwich tomato that can double as an effective sauce maker. Try it you'll be pleased!
  • Oakley Park Tomato


    Oakley Park Tomato

    Oakley Park tomato is a hard working, reliable, multi-purpose variety. Five feet tall plants are high producing and early. Fruits are very tasty, slightly acidic, yet with  good balanced. Fruit size averages around 3-4 ounces. These have a softish feel but not mushy. Very useful for cooking, canning, juicing etc. These are very early. Ours started ripening around 62 days from transplant. Early to bloom and reliable variety. Try these if you are seeking a good multi-purpose type! Seed Source: Centre For Genetic Resource 2008 Netherlands, CGN 24224
  • Santori Tomato


    Santori Tomato

    A wonderful little tomato that grows on a determinate bush. Plants are short and produce a lot of  large cherries/ping pong sized fruits that have many great uses. Very good taste but on the tart side. These are great canners, for cooking, snacking, market sales, very good for salsa and more. Ours started ripening around 70 days from transplant.
  • Marbon Tomato


    Marbon Tomato

    Marbon tomato is a canning and slicing variety. Bright red fruits weigh between 3-6 ounces and are relatively blemish-free. These are very uniformed and taste pretty good. Out grow-outs produced fruits that had mild acidity with more sweetness. Overall, this variety is on the mild side. Plants have a determinate habit and are between 2.5 and 3.5 feet. They begin to ripen their fruits about 65 days after transplant, so they're pretty early. Marbon is also a nice market variety because fruits are clean fruits and have good taste too. Try making some stewed tomatoes with these. I did, they were good! Seed Source: (Gaterslben USA, LYC 1219)
  • Kanary Tomato

  • ER Chu Xian Zao Sheng Tomato

    True to the Chinese varieties, ER Chu Xian Zao Sheng tomato is on the sweet side. Bigger cherry sized tomatoes are bright red, juicy and aromatic when fully ripened. Indeterminate vines average about 5 feet tall and produce abundant crops all season long. Plants are also vibrant and hardy. Ours never had any diseased and produce until frost. Fruits begin to ripen about 80 days after they are transplanted into their final grow-out spot. This is a great tomato for sauces. Also perfect for salads, fresh eating, fresh salsa and tone more!! Give it a shot! Stake these well!
  • Severnye Tomato

  • Ponderosa Purpurviolette Tomato

    In 2018 I was gifted a package of hard to find and rare seeds. I grew out about 25 varieties. Ponderosa Purpurviolette Tomato is one of them. This fantastic taster with nice texture has really given me the drive to grow even more rare cultivars. It has a really good old-time tomato tart with  a. nice blend of sweetness, excellent overall taste! Perfect sandwich tomato. Hardy plants produce plenty, but they are not prolific. I got about 13 fruits from one plant and 15 from the other three. So a total of 58 fruits from 4 plants. I'll take it!  I forgot to take notes on leaf type, so forgive me. Indeterminate, 80 days! Gatersleben Seed Bank LYC 137.
  • Silver Tuckqueen Tomato

    Without any information other than seed source, I didn't know what to expect when growing out Silver Tuckqueen tomato. What I got were beautiful, red, large cherries with very nice and tangy taste. These were refreshing and immediately reminded me of stewed tomatoes. I tried it and it worked out wonderfully. These are clean and blemish-free tomatoes. They have nice texture and delivered an overall pleasing experience. I would definitely grow these again, especially for their earliness and market sales. Ours started ripening around 62 days from transplant. Perfect for canning, cooking, snacking and more! These are not too common so I hope more people would try them!
  • Carmin Violet Tomato


    Carmin Violet Tomato

    Carmin Violet tomato is a cutie slicing variety with very good taste. Soft but not mushy, it has a wonderful aroma when fully ripened. I was surprise by its very nice, mild flavor that still delivered completeness. I really enjoyed this tomato but did not try it in any applications. The only way I had it was fresh off of the vine. Very good experience. Six to ten ounce, oblate fruits, grow on hardy 5 feet tall plants. Big production, mid-season ! Expect your first ripened fruits around 75 days from transplant.
  • UJ Uatokos Tomato

    UJ Uatokos is a perfect sized little slicer that is a multi-purpose tomato. When fully ripened, they are deep red, very aromatic, balanced, and desirable. Vines are aggressive and display good disease resistance. These have done well for us, even in extended, adverse conditions. I personally like these on sandwiches and eaten fresh on the vine, which are the only two ways I've ever had them. 75 Days.
  • Summer Sunrise Tomato


    Summer Sunrise Tomato

    Summer Sunrise tomato is a pleasant treat in any garden. Blemished free fruits are produced on short plants that produce plenty. This mid-season variety is sweeter, fruity and mild. Good keepers, these are perfect for slicing, salads, canning and tomato juice.  Plants are vibrant. and hardy. Ours survived a brutal spring and early summer. Fruits averaged four to six ounces. Rare and worth it.
  • Dujon Burr Tomato


    Dujon Burr Tomato

    I am so happy that I grew these out.  This rare variety is a great little slicer. They also do great as canners and juice tomatoes. A new addition to our rare variety list, Dujon Burr tomato plants are determinate and just do their thing.  Plants have very good production, with good disease resistance to back that up!  These started ripening about 72 days after transplant. When fully ripened, Dujon Burr is bright red, juicy and have overall good balance. Nice selection for such an early tomato. Nice texture too! (Seed Source Gatersleben, # LYC 3493.)
  • Welcome to Tuckwood Favorite Tomato. This one is not very common, but having grown it, I wish that more fanciers would. Actually, it has become one of Curtis' favorites. Tall, vibrant plants produce heavily from mid-season until frost. Tomatoes are bright red and delicious. Not sweet or tart, Tuckwood Favorite has excellent, balanced, old time flavor. It truly is a nice little slicing tomato. (Seed Source: Gatersleben, #LYC 156)
  • Pink Ping Pong Tomato

    A very nice, larger sized cherry, Pink Ping Pong tomato is certainly a great snack, especially or anyone wanting a milder variety with good flavor. These are milder, sweet and slightly fruity. Pretty light pink fruits are produced on 6 feet tall plants. Production is good to excellent. Perfect variety for snacking, salads, canning and cooking. Can be a good farmers marked variety. Certainly worth growing and I will grow them again!
  • Emerald Evergreen tomato is a beautiful ( six to ten ounce)  fruit that ripens green. Packed with outstanding fruity flavors, this winner is perfect for sandwiches, green tomato sauce, salsa and slicing. Vines are six feet tall, vibrant and productive. Fruits ripen starting around the 80 day mark. when sliced, Emerald Evergreen is bright green inside and very aromatic. Be sure to stake these well and check fruits for ripeness. When ripened, it's outside is yellowish green. Happy Growing!


14/2/2021: Hi everyone. Just a quick note to say that due to COVID-19, we are still running behind on orders. Presently, processing time is about 5 days plus shipping. Please consider this before making your order. ~Curtis T Maters

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